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Yesterday I tried linking Kerio to our OSX OD server (10.10), this did not seem to work following the instructions on http:// kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-connect/server-configuration/ldap -and-directory-services/connecting-kerio-connect-to-director y-service-1130.html.
So we decided to leave it for later.

Today we were able to logon to our OSX OD server (which also functions as our FileServer). Somehow though the Terminal app had some issues, we could not get a shell. Only a cd /dev/null/ message followed bij constant incorrect login messages.
After logging out from a teamviewer session to our OSX OD server, we cannot get back in to it.

Now we are locked out of our server. The only users that can log on, are (some of) the non OD users.. but they dont have a home folder, so that is of no help.

Does anyone have an idea? Can I manually remove the changes the Kerio Open Directory Extension has made?
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